Set1 d1t01 Introductions d1t02 Casey Jones d1t03 Me And My Uncle d1t04 Deal d1t05 Jack Straw d1t06 Tennessee Jed d1t07 Beat It On Down The Line d1t08 Sugaree d1t09 Playing In The Band d1t10 Comes A Time d1t11 Mexicali Blues d1t12 Big Railroad Blues d1t13 Cumberland Blues d1t14 One More Saturday Night
Set2 d2t01 Bertha d2t02 Me And Bobby McGee d2t03 Ramble On Rose d2t04 Sugar Magnolia d2t05 Brown Eyed Women d2t06 //Truckin' d2t07 Not Fade Away >> d2t08 Drums >> d2t09 Jam >> d2t10 Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad >> d2t11 Not Fade Away
September 5, 2020 Subject:
Dead & Dying
I had this tape for quite a few years before I realized that I was dying on the operating table nearby during this show. Home Town shows in 'Cuse always seemed special to me. Interesting setlist.
April 1, 2015 Subject:
...since this was my first Dead show, but the energy level of the band is great. No big jams but great versions of "Euro 72" songs that were fairly new to the repertoire. Garcia's singing is passionate and even ventures into a bit of falsetto during "Comes a Time." Keith is well represented in the mix, a bit surprising since he'd only recently joined the band.
October 27, 2013 Subject:
Reviewer:Evan S. Hunt
April 20, 2008 Subject:
If Ya Wanna Rock and Roll
Spirited performance of a band disgruntled by equipment woes and marvelously captured in this re-master. This is choice pre-FM sound for 1971.
Here is lots of heavy metallic rock and roll from a bunch of angry boys and men. The true rockin slash incubates during Playing and unleashes its fury thereinafter. Every song a workout with welcome breaks in between.
Comes A Time is a breather of pure nitrous. And then...
RR Blues, Cumberland, One More Saturday Night, Bertha, and all the rest, is just Good Ol' Grateful Dead-time Fire.
Jerry, Phil and Bobby, guitars and vocals, are prominent in the mix. Keith is right in the pocket.